Labour is on course for a landslide victory at the next general election, according to a major new poll.
The Survation survey forecast that Keir Starmer will become prime minister with a Commons majority of 210.
The poll showed the number of Labour MPs more than doubling to 420, with the Conservatives slumping to just 149.
It is a remarkable turnaround from the 2019 election, which saw Boris Johnson elected with an 80-seat Tory majority.
They come after the prime minister endured a torrid PMQs session in the Commons yesterday.
The poll is also further evidence that Sunak’s numerous attempts to relaunch his premiership in recent months have failed.
He watered down the government’s green commitments and unveiled a raft of new policies at the Tory party conference to no avail.
The King’s Speech earlier this month was also underwhelming, while last week’s tax-cutting Autumn Statement has also failed to shift the political dial.
Two opinion polls since then have shown Labour’s lead over the Tories has actually increased, deepening the gloom on the Conservative benches.